The Kentucky football program has been given a lot of losses in a lot of games in a lot of stadiums around the SEC. But at Auburn, it has been a long time since the Cats have gone down to Jordan-Hare and been handed an L from the home team.
In fact, there are high schoolers in Kentucky who weren’t even born yet the last time Auburn beat Kentucky on its own field. You’ll have to go all the way back to 2004 when Ron Hudson was calling plays for the Wildcats with a senior Shane Boyd at QB and a freshman class that included Andre Woodson, Rafael Little, Jacob Tamme (a wide receiver), Dicky Lyons and Marcus McClinton.
Since dropping that road War Eagle game, 42-10, in a season in which Kentucky finished with a 2-10 record and Hudson resigned prior to Joker Phillips taking over at OC and almost upsetting Tennessee at Tennessee, Auburn hasn’t been able to send UK back home unhappy. The Tigers tried in 2009, but Henderson County’s own Will Fidler and Randall Cobb had other plans for that game:
— Kentucky Football (@UKFootball) September 24, 2020
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Let’s keep that streak going tomorrow.